Handcrafted RugsUnknown - 2001
The traditional art of rug making has been transformed by modern designers and is more popular than ever. This vibrant book demonstrates the most popular techniques which require a minimum of tools and equipment. Braiding, felting, needlepoint, prodding, hooking, locker-hooking, tufting, knitting and weaving are all covered, with full instructions and patterns for six stunning rugs. Whether you've made rugs before or are a complete beginner, this invaluable guide offers all the help and inspiration you need to create delightful rugs for any room. Contains a handy glossary of technical terms.
Publisher: Lewes [England] : Guild of Master Craftsman, 2001
Branch Call Number: 746.7 Har
Characteristics: 150 p. : col. ill
Alternative Title: Rugs